Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Things That Are Sticky #2

                        Illustrated by Cooper Malin The Broadside cmalin@cocc.edu

Letting Go: A lifetime as an artist transformed

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) A year’s-worth of artwork was thrown away when Mark Edward Fuller decided that the pieces created to be presented in March’s one-person exhibition did not speak to...

OSU-Cascades nordic skiers compete in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Despite not making the cut, three skiers still had a chance to travel across the world. Oregon State University - Cascades students Helen Cutting, Sierra Foster, and Imran Wolfenden traveled 22 hours to Almaty, Kazakhstan...

For students experiencing homelessness, money is not a wall at COCC

In summer, Spencer Perez pushed through the embarrassment and came to class in dirty clothes. After class, he went back to his tent. “In the morning...I’d move the tent so no one would steal it...

Visiting Scholars Program speakers series goes virtual

Seth Root/The Broadside The Nancy R. Chandler Visiting Scholar Program, which Central Oregon Community College Foundation hosts, have released their fall line up for the fall term. Instead of hosting these speakers at the college, the...

Bobcat orientation welcomes more students than ever before

Bobcat orientation was bigger and more involved this year than ever before. Fall 2013 was the first time the Bobcat orientation program had been done on all four campuses at this level, according to...

Still having money troubles? COCC announces COVID-19 Student Fund

2020 has been a trying year for many Central Oregon Community College students. Many have lost their jobs, go on unemployment and have lost homes too.  To help mitigate some of these problems, Alica Moore,...

Retiring COCC president appointed to key leadership position

In September, retiring college president Jim Middleton will begin a key leadership role supporting education in Oregon. Earlier this summer, Middleton was appointed as commissioner for Community College Services and director of the Department for...

Dancing, celebrating, and eating: The 2017 Latino Festival

The Latino club’s largest event of the year was an evening full of dance performances done by local dancing schools and elementary students, authentic cuisine, face-painting, Latino music, and a photo booth. The event had...

Redmond’s former City Hall building will be demolished

Amber Reed/ The Broadside Redmond, Oregon’s former City Hall building will be demolished after three years of vacancy. Located on the corner of SW Evergreen Avenue and SW 7th street, the building will be replaced...